Why You Should Travel to Jordan

  Submitted by: Nina Ahmedow   From: Lemons and Luggage   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Jordan has a more negative reputation than it deserves. This stunning country in the…

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Guide to visiting Ethiopia

Travelling Ethiopia – the only country that hasn’t been colonialized during the scramble for Africa

 Overview: Ethiopia is not a major tourist destination yet, but it wouldn’t surprise me if this country became the next big thing in Africa. Ethiopia lacks beaches and safari, and…

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The Rubbish Cathedral in Mejorada Del Campo

Catedral de Justo: One Man’s Dream, Another Man’s Rubbish Dump So I heard about a pretty amazing Cathedral the other day. It’s relatively close to Madrid and if you’re visiting the…

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Bargain hunting Europe’s biggest flea market in Amsterdam

This blog really struck a chord with me as a lover of bargain hunting. Whether I’m at an auction, jumble sale or flea market, I love not knowing what delights…

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What you need to know before you go to New Zealand

Planning a trip to New Zealand: Everything you need to know

 Overview: Since New Zealand is on the other side of the world for pretty much everyone, a trip there is probably your once-in-a-lifetime experience. Travel planning always starts with so…

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Discovering Jimmy's School in Siem Reap

Discovering Jimmy’s School in Siem Reap

Visiting Angkor Watt is surely close to the top of many traveller itineraries when in South East Asia, the majority of which will be staying in the town of Siem…

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Scary Voices in Mayerling, Austria

 Overview: Part travel blog, part ghost story, all fun read, this post about Mayerling, a small town in Austria close to Vienna, comes from Abby on her travel blog The Winged Fork….

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Turkey

Paragliding off Babadag Mountain, Turkey

So I found this and I dare you to read it and not want to give it a go. In fact . . . you don’t have to read it,…

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Know before you go, visiting the Colosseum in Rome

 Overview: The Colosseum. So iconic it gets to use the prefix the, not a or one of many, but the! The fact it still stands (well, most of it does)…

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San Martín del Castañar and Versos Microbodega

The villages of Sierra de Francia’s are quite a micro region for wine, and if there is one thing I love to do while on the road, that’s visit vineyards…

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